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Medicare Reporting Rules Require Further Alterations

This past March, important legislation was introduced in Congress that will change how Medicare Secondary Payer claims can be handled and managed. This exciting development has important implications for Medicare beneficiaries, corporations, insurers and third-party administrators.

In 1980, Congress adopted the MSP law to preserve the integrity of the Medicare Trust Fund. Medicare is now secondary to other forms of coverage for medical care.

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